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immunize

verb counterbalance, countervail, free, grant immunity, guard against, inoculate, make safe, not affected by, offset, preserve, privileged, protect, resist, safeguard, shield, shield from damage, shield from danger, shield from injury, unsusceptible to, vaccinate against
See also: protect
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Beginning next week, more than 3,000 Rite Aid pharmacies across the country will accept advance reservations for seasonal flu shots to be administered by Rite Aid certified immunizing pharmacists in September or sooner, depending on vaccine availability.
Cell Genesys scientists are currently immunizing these strains of mice to produce a variety of human monoclonal antibodies.
When the VFC70 is used, the risk of immunizing children with vaccines that have been compromised by warming or freezing temperatures is eliminated, since the chart highlights ranges for refrigerated vaccines (35 to 46 degrees F) and Varicella (chicken pox) vaccines (5 degrees F and lower).
Schofield agrees, although he notes that immunizing children with just a GPI vaccine may keep them healthy enough to develop natural immunity to the parasite.
We are never going to be able to stop immunizing again.
By immunizing women with tetanus toxoid vaccine, tetanus can be prevented in both mothers and newborns.
Morgan of the University of South Florida in Tampa each described immunizing genetically engineered mice that normally develop amyloid plaques and lose memory and learning skills.
Because the oral virus is live it can pass from a recently vaccinated child to another child who has not been vaccinated, in some cases immunizing two or more children with one shot.
Pharmaceutical Company to provide educational materials to customers about the importance of immunizing their children.
Hayes, "but this doesn't mean that we can drop our guard and stop immunizing.
Many HMOs have had better success than the nation as a whole in immunizing the children who receive their care in health maintenance organizations.
Under this agreement, Univax has exclusive worldwide rights to Chiron Biocine's vaccines for use as immunizing agents for the development of new human immunotherapeutic products.